Category: 5G


Nokia and Verizon claim another 5G first

Nokia and Verizon has teamed up to congratulate themselves on achieving another 5G first; the first successful transmission of a 3GPP New Radio (NR) 5G signal to a receiver situated in a moving vehicle.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Scraping the barrel

With ‘the talent’ all on holiday we’re left With ‘the talent’ all on holiday we’re left with just Jamie and Ray for this week’s installment. Ray had a chat with a senior Ericsson dude about its cunning investment plans, of which he approves. Meanwhile Jamie offers an update on what Samsung is up to, including a bunch of AI investments, and wonders what the hell the point of Bixby is. Lastly Ray ponders the implications of Cisco losing the head of its service provider business but declines to make himself available for the vacancy. plans, and Jamie updates us on what Samsung is up to; its AI everywhere and a seemingly pointless Bixby. Lastly Ray ponders the vacant Cisco position in its service provider business but isn’t sending the CV just yet.

China is clear leader in the 5G race – Deloitte

Consulting firm Deloitte claim China has taken pole position in the 5G race, owing to a continued focus on network infrastructure and future investments which are matched by no other nation.

Telecoms.com talk mmWave with Qualcomm, Nokia and BT

We had the chance to chat with Dino Flore of Qualcomm, Volke Ziegler of Nokia and BT’s Ian Mings at 5G World to look at a joint-demonstration of 5G mmWave to a prototype handset, including VR streaming capabilities.

Inside Ericsson

Ericsson invited me to hang out with them in Stockholm for a couple of days so I did and here’s what I got up to.

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